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Lump Butt Sitting
Pain in the ***: somewhat common condition - coccydynia - may be a sign of infection - pilonidal cyst. inflammation of the area can cause pain with sitting and standing - any other symptoms? - you could try warm sitz baths - or using a foam "donut" a course of OTC antiinflammatories might be useful. if these don't help - please make an appointment with your doctor. good luck ...Read more
Horizontal soft oval lump above belly button. Goes away when laying down but there when standing and sitting.
Possible hernia: It sounds like you may have a small midline hernia. If it is small and not causing any pain you do not need to do anything. If it is causing discomfort or you are just uncomfortable having it you can consult a general surgeon about having it repaired. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Throbbing bilateral hip pain. Outer hips, goes down outer side thighs and wraps around into buttocks. Lying supine hurts hips. Sitting hurts, too. Why?
Right testicle ache when constipated. But soft stools. Lower back ache when sitting cross legged. No distinguishable lumps on testicle. Hernia?
Likely lipoma: Usually these lesions represent a benign tumor called a lipoma. Resection is usually definitive, but recurrence is fairly frequent. Large size or certain features on MRI may raise concern for other types of tumors or involvement of important local structures, like nerves and blood vessels. Best treated by a surgeon with experience treating sarcomas, like a surgical oncologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Commom problem: Get a plastic blow up seating donut form the drug store ( they are pretty cheap) use it while sitting and wait for it to get better beyond that there is not much to do for these types of problems. ...Read more
I have two small hard unmovable and painless lumps on each upper thighs. A similar lump on left hip. Huge lum. behind stomach fat. Hurts when pressed?
Lipoma: Sounds like they may be lipomas which are benign encapsulated accumulations of fat. Many people have them and they do not require any intervention unless they are so large they are cosmetically unappealing or pressing on a nerve and causing pain. An examination by your provider can confirm this is the case. Very rarely is any additional testing needed to make this diagnosis. ...Read more
Painful breast lump: Please kindly see your doctor to get checked out. Being painful it's important to make if it's an infection. ...Read more
Lump popped up under shoulder blade after having a lump upper arm same side. Numb skin but extremely painful when walking laying sitting. ?
See a doctor: This may be an infection that needs to be drained. Only by seeing a doctor and having an exam of the area can this be determined. ...Read more
24f slipped down steps fell butt!a lot pain, shoots down upper r leg when laying.Trouble going #2 feels like a bulge around anus.Possible colon injury?
See health provider: Please see your health care provider as soon as possible! a colon injury is unlikely, but a bony injury to the sacrum or lumbar spine is possible. Also, there is a chance for an injury or swelling around nerves or nerve roots in the lumbar area, especially if it is difficult to defecate, or if incontinent of stool. Painful defecation not necessarily related to nerves. ...Read more
There are two pea size lumps on my left leg. Hurts while walking standing sitting. If I barely touch it it hurts.
See your doctor: You should see a doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pain: Why would you think "clot"? have you had DVT before? We just don't have enough information about your medical history, medications, social history and events surrounding the inception of your symptoms to offer you a relevant differential diagnosis. You can consult a physician in your area in person or on this platform through HealthTap Prime. ...Read more
Nerve irritation: Is a possibility, so see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Lump in buttocks under skin near top of butt crack. No pain, moves, can't see only feel. Should i worry?
Need more info: This is hard to answer without a physical exam. Please see your family physician asap. ...Read more